Gavin and Wyatt review the fine print of the south pole agreement while John researches the music library for south-land country rock.
Charles Darwin proposed the theory of “natural selection” in his pioneering scientific book “On the Origin of Species” which was published on this date in 1859.
The baritone singer who writes songs on his 12-string guitar, Gordon Lightfoot, was born on this date in 1938, attaining iconic status in Canadian folk-country music.
Teaching a generation of children the alphabet and how to count along with receiving eight Grammys and 159 Emmys, “Sesame Street” premiered via public television on this date in 1969.
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A stray dog Laika from the streets of Moscow was the first animal to orbit Earth on this day in 1957.
Tune in to KRNN Sunday night at 7 for Take Five, with Robert Sewell. Tonight’s 5 by 5 profile is of Jason Caputo, guitarist extraordinaire!… more
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Gavin and Wyatt join Theodore outside his home in New York while John finds music inside the library at KRNN.
The White House cornerstone was laid on this date in 1792 leading to a design by architect James Hoban.